Albany woman relentlessly looks for truck driver who nearly killed her
ALBANY, Ga. (WALB) - A woman wants a truck driver who she said ran her off the road and didn’t stop, arrested.
She told police the driver slammed her into a guardrail on Liberty Expressway.
On Facebook, Julie Walsh asked for help in finding the driver.
She said the photo on the bottom right looks similar to the truck that she said hit her.
“He came over into my lane and he hit my car. And then pushed me forward about 10 to 12 feet and then left me there and when my car let go of the front of his vehicle, I basically went into a spin-out and I spun out into the guardrail and I took a good six feet off that guardrail and ended up underneath my Mustang,” said Walsh.
This incident took place back in May.
Walsh and Albany police said the driver has not been identified, nor found yet.
She believes she saw the truck and driver again in the area.
“I was almost positive that was my truck and then when I took a picture of the truck, the man driving the truck decided to flip me and my nine-year-old daughter off,” said Walsh.
She said she’s recovered from her neck and back injuries, but is relentlessly going out of her way to find the driver.
If you saw anything, or have any information, call the police.
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